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Explore the remote Ash Ranges - what Surrey should really look like! (Usually open Bank Holidays only - Check!)
A circular walk starting and ending in the rarely visited Ash Ranges and including a section of the North Downs Way through the attractive village of Puttenham.
The Basingstoke Canal, Ash Ranges (Remote, hilly MOD land with unrestricted access), Cobbett Hill and Whitmoor Common.
Ash Ranges and Brookwood Cemetery
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Alice Holt Ancient Forest, Surrey Hills, Scotch Pine Forest, and remote heather filled heathland, Frensham Great and Little Ponds (swimming)
Belted Galloway on Headley Heath
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A fairly strenuous walk in a beautiful part of the North Downs
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Short, 2 steep climbs and the view from Box Hill in the morning, and a gentle river valley after lunch
White horse, Mugswell
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Ancient woodland, open downs and farmland in London's Green Belt
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Out along the North Downs escarpment and back through the Greensand Hills.
Polesden Lacey in the distance. Effingham to Westhumble TO walk.
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Polesden Lacy (dramatic NT country house) for lunch, steep woods opening out onto the North Downs Ridge, and an English vineyard for tea
Conundrum: Follow the 3 pigs to find The Donkey!? D.Allen Vivitar 5199 5mp
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A long but pretty walk with gentle hills via a nice mixture of river valley, forest tracks, and many beautiful country houses.
Hornbeams in Staffhurst Wood
Compare two magnificent yew trees in the Surrey churchyards of Crowhurst and Tandridge.
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Historic Shere, then a walk through a broad wooded valley, then along a canal to historic Guildford
Greensand Way Stage 1 : Gibbet Hill, Devil's Punch Bowl and Hindhead Common
Greensand Way Stage 2 : The Surrey Hills : the Wey Valley, and remote villages
Greensand Way Stage 3 : The Surrey Hills : Holmbury Hill and Leith Hill
Dorking to Reigate
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A mainly level route along the River Mole and then the Greensand Way via several picturesque villages.
Earlswood to Otford walk
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Greensand Way Stage 5 : A gentle ridge walk through a quiet part of Surrey. Regularly spaced pubs.
The best of the Greensand Way - a traverse of the Chart Hills. Toy's Hill, Ide Hill, Chartwell (NT), and an extension to Knole Park (NT)
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The North Downs ridge, a haunted pool, unusual churches and traces of an industrial era in the Tillingbourne valley
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A river valley, gentle pastures, Watts Gallery, woods, remote heathlands and heather covered moors.
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Historic Guildford, The North Downs Way and St Martha-on-the-Hill Church, picturesque Shere. Option to continue along the NDW to Dorking
Guildford to Horsley walk
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Viewpoints on the North Downs ridge
Chantries Hills in the background
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Chantries Hill and the North Downs Way to St Marthas Church (viewpoint). Albery for lunch, returning via mixed woods and the tranquil Wey navigation to Guildford.
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Gentle woods in the morning and a climb to Black Down in the afternoon
SWC Walk 144 Haslemere to Farnham - Thursley Common Extension (Pudmore Pond Extension-within-the-Extension)
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Invall wooded ridge, Temple of the Four Winds, Gibbet Hill, Devil's Punch Bowl, Highcomb Bottom, Thursley & Hankley Commons, Atlantic Wall, River Wey, Waverley Abbey's ruins
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A very pretty forest walk, quite close to London, and the view from Leith Hill, the highest point in the Southeast.
Ashdown Forest. Forest Row Circular
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An easy walk through Surrey's Low Weald and the Mole Valley.
Holmwood to Shamley Green walk
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The Greensand Way : Leith Hill and Tower, Holmbury Hill, Pitch Hill and the Hurt Wood
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Green woods and fields, the yellow scrub and heathland of Ockham Common, Wisley Common and RHS Wisley Gardens (public footpath), and a canal side pub on the Wey Navigation
Liphook to Haslemere
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Lovely walks through wooded Surrey Hills
Millennium Stones, Gatton Park
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Viewpoints on the North Downs to start, a pub lunch in Mogador, and a London panorama from the Epsom Downs to finish.
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The Greensand Way, Winkworth(a NT Arboretum), a canal, and historic Godalming.
Milford to Haslemere walk
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Its surprising how remote Surrey can be, pretty lakes, heathland, and Devil's Punchbowl as well.
SWC Walk 111 Caterham to Knockholt (North Downs Way)
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The North Downs Way through woods with fine views - and within Zone 6 - but does suffer from road noise. 2 shorter return-by-bus options
Ockley to Warnham walk
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A quiet corner of Surrey - woods, gentle hills and a lovely lunchtime pub
Surrey heaths, the Mole valley and the opportunity to visit “England's most elegant 18thC landscape garden”
Oxshott to Ashtead walk
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The River Mole and the heaths, commons and woods of metropolitan Surrey. Including Oxshott Heath, Esher Common, Prince’s Coverts, Ashtead and Epsom Commons.
The Route. Opposite where the recently demolished Rose & Crown stood. D.Allen Vivitar 5199mp
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Happy Valley and Farthing Down, close to London (Zone 6)
Mixed open and wooded chalk downland with several viewpoints close to London
This pretty church was built in the 1200s.
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Over the North Downs ridge to Watts Gallery, then a ramble to historic Godalming
The Wey Navigation at Weybridge
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The Thames Path, the Wey Navigation and several pubs.
Wood anemones, Selsdon Wood
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Bluebell woods, fields, valleys and nature reserves on the London/Surrey border.
Nearest thing to a donkey we saw at Lockwood Donkey Sanctuary, (which wasn't open). Is the group looking for a mascot? Witney to Haslemere
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A gentle walk to Chiddingfold and the Crown Inn
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Rural valleys, the North Downs and the Titsey Plantation
Autumn on the North Downs Way
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Close to London, this walk combines stretches of both The North Downs Way, and the Greensand Way.